Citizen Journalists: Will Web 2.0 Journalists Change the Nature of Journalism as We Know It? A Media Roundtable

The digital revolution has changed most businesses, but few are feeling its effects as acutely as the world of journalism. With citizens filming and recording news events on their cell phones, a new blog formed every minute, and audiences for mainstream media on the decline, the business models for journalism companies are rapidly transforming.

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